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My Barometer and Altimeter

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My Barometer and Altimeter

Check current pressure, elevation or weather conditions as fast as possible.

We have redesigned the whole application and it’s now based on tabbed navigation.

Two separate barometer screens are now available - the first one shows pressure at mean sea level, which is what weather stations report; the second one is pressure at ground level at your current position. Devices with built-in sensors will get values from it and for those without sensors, the pressure value is reported by the nearest weather station.

With our clean and intuitive app, you can see the current pressure with just one look. You can save any current value to compare pressure from other days. What's coolest is that you can swipe through multiple units and instantly see the pressure in the value you are interested in, including:
- pounds per square inch
- millibar
- hectopascal
- kilopascal
- millimeter of mercury
- bar
- inch of mercury

You can also change preferred units in settings.

With one screen swipe, you can see an altimeter gauge with current values, our precise altitude calculation algorithms (which involve GPS, network services and calibrated pressure sensors) we deliver you the most accurate elevation info as possible, in barometric units or if you prefer, you can swipe over to metric and imperial units.

The third screen of the application has clear, accurate weather info, which includes:
- temperature
- wind speed
- wind direction
- humidity
- cloudiness
- dew point temperature
- fog

Devices with pressure sensors now have the possibility to switch from average elevation reported on the Altimeter screen to barometer-based elevation only You are also now able to calibrate with your own mean sea level pressure value.

The history screen has been redesigned and you can now choose from four different values - MSL pressure, ground level pressure, temperature and elevation. You can also now easily filter data according to any time span you want.

A brand-new functionality of custom notifications has also been added. You can now add time-based notifications: just setup the time and days on which you want to receive notifications with current pressure values and voila. You can also set a pressure level alarm, above or below which the device will warn you. What’s even more, you can receive notifications after pressure changes by the value you set.

An autosave function is now available. You can set a time interval at which your device will automatically save pressure, temperature and elevation values to give you up to the minute information about weather changes.
Developer
Andrew Neal